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father in their lives. victim number four saying of sandusky he made me feel like i was his girlfriend he acted like he was my dad. >> sexual accusation cases the credibility of the accuser is paramount of everything that gos on in a case like this,. >> reporter: victims advocates say, many witnesses called to testify were not yet ready to tell their story but complied. >> this morning prosecution opened the door to justice s what we saw was not pretty. and we are told of the types of abuse, that these victims will be forced to testify about. the judge opting not to sequester the jury saying he trusts them to avoid reading or watching reports about the case. the panel made up of 7 women, 5 men, many with ties to the penn state community. >> the jury is representative of the community where this crime occurred and where it is being held. >> reporter: those jurors heard
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victim number four describe so called love letters from sandusky, letters the user described as creepy. we invite you to stay with fox 5 for continue coverage of this high profile trial. bottom of the hour we will take you to pennsylvania for more insight on what happened inside the courtroom today. and following breaking news from maryland's eastern shore, a navy drone crashed this afternoon, near bloods worth island the navy says 44 rq 4a the 44-foot rq 4a global hawk drone crashed around noon during a routine training flight. the drone crashed in a tributary. there was no damage or injuries to the property this model of the global hawk drone is typically used for reconnaissance and comes with a price tag of $176 million.
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another big story we are following tonight the u.s. commerce secretary is facing hit and run charges, his spokes people say he suffered a seizure and hit several cars within 5 minutes when officers arrived they found secretary bryson injured and unconscious. the white house defended him blaming medical problems. >> reporter: the commerce department told us he was take on the an l.a. area hospital where he stayed overnight before being released and returning back here to washington but not before he was cited by police for felony hit and run tied to two traffic crashes saturday. the commerce department says secretary bryson suffered a seizure when he was behind the wheel in california, and later was given medication to treat the seizure. police say the secretary was driving alone in a lexus in san gabrielle near los angeles when he struck the rear end of a vehicle that had stopped for a passing train. bryson briefly talked to the people in that car and then hit their car again as he departed,
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officials say the three occupants in the struck vehicle followed bryson while calling police, the white house today, press secretary carney was quick to stress, bryson's accident is believed to be caused by a medical condition. >> circumstance is pretty unique in that secretary bryson was alone, was not with security detail, on private time which is common for a certain number of cabinet and resulted in him having a seizure and ending up in the hospital. for that reason i think, you know, you have to recognize this is somewhat unique. >> commerce secretary was not travelling with a security detail he was in california to deliver a graduation speech. secretary bryson hasn't been on the job that long, he is sort to of an unknown here in washington what can you tell us about him? >> reporter: well, sure he was picked by president obama almost a year ago now to take over for the former commerce secretary, gary lock who went
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on to become ambassador to china. it was a longer than expected confirmation process. republicans raised questions about his qualification. he was sworn into office in october the former head of a holding company that owns southern california edison electric company. he served on the boards of several major corporations including boeing and walt disney company, next month, in july, he is due to turn 69 years old. thank you. new information about the men who drove an suv into a building in northwest dc friday, a judge today ordered charles ball be held without bond he crashed on purpose because he wanted to get the fbis attention. he claimed his family was in dane earn and no one would listen. the -- danger and no one would listen. there was passably gas on the passenger seat. no one was hurt, ball is
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charged with assault and intent to kill. a virginia woman facing new charges in a crash that killed another woman. laurie shipe of warren tore ran a red light and hit another car saturday night that killed apassenger and dog in car. she was initially charged with dui now she is charged with aggravated and voluntary manslaughter and maiming by dui. sky fox flying over the scene in hyattsville a car crashed into a house on willow lane, four people were in the house at the time, no one was hurt though. police did find the driver they arrested him he was issued several citations. in lafayette square a man locked himself in a cage with several hemp plants demanding president obama allow farmers to grow it for industrial purposes. police took the plants and cage away and arrested him for possession. press release sent in advance says industrial hemp is not marijuana and cannot be used as
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a drug. hemp oil is imported every year for organic soap businesses. fall out continues, both campaigns have new web ads out attacking opponents economic records. doug luzader reports. >> reporter: the white house is working overtime, now, trying 20 to figure out how to deal -- to figure out with this. the private sector is doing fine. >> reporter: the chief campaign strategist spent the past two days on tv trying to do campaign control. >> will people be making judgments on this? no, they will judge what the president has done. >> reporter: the president's words quickly found their way into a mitt romney web ad. >> i have been looking for a job for two years. >> reporter: no, mr. president
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we are not doing fine the ad says. white house argues while unemployment lines are getting longer real problem isn't the private sector, which is showily adding jobs, -- slowly adding jobs we need to expand the public sector they say, more teachers more police officers. that has romney supporters piling on. >> it shows the philosophy of the president of the united states he believes having state, federal and local governments hire more people that is the answer to the way out. mitt romney believes business creates jobs. >> reporter: that question of expanding the public sector set it is stage for the president's new battle with congress. trying to convince them to pass another stimulus package to help state and local government, do more hiring. in washington, doug luzader, fox news. lawmakers still trying to figure out if someone at the white house leaked confidential, national security information. eric holder is now appointed two u.s. attorneys to investigate the leaks but republicans are sounding off
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criticizing the obama administration. >> reporter: the administration is trying to give the president glory, with outstanding -- my point is none of this should be made public and obviously it has been con vived. >> maybe authors, have said the white house was not the source of this information, i can't say they were not leaked they were leaked but -- some of that leaked information includes intelligence on cyber attacks against iran and the president's so called kill list of terror suspects. the u.s. has now accused syrian government of using what it calls new horrific tactics, to fight back against rebels. the un observers reported helicopters were firing on
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rebel areas. activists say more than 50 people have been killed across syria today in three provinces and there are concerns civilians may be trapped in the towns where the fighting is now taking place. so far the state department has not said whether any national leaders plan to take new action to stop the bloodshed. >> former egyptian president mubarak nearly died in prison today. he has been in and out of consciousness his blood pressure is high and he is having trouble breathing. mubarak is currently in a prison hospital. the 84-year-old is serving a life sentence for allowing the killings of protestors during last year's up rising. coming up tonight, customers against a proposed rate hike show how much they want pepco to bury the issue. project planned for the busy u street corridor could mean traffic delays until next spring. we have details. heavy rain turned streets into rivers leaves drivers stranded in the south. gary how we looking today?
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>> we are just a little cloudy and warm out there right now shawn. speaking of all that rain down south, some of it is going to come up here, and we are going to have the chance for showers and storms, first a look at your forecast, stay with us [ female announcer ] with xfinity,
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>> back with a traffic alert on the belt way drivers along 495 virginia can expect major delays due to construction work. it starts tonight and runs all
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week long. crews will shut down three to have four lanes on the outer loop between georgetown pike to oak street overpass. after midnight crews could close all four lanes with the lanes reopening by 5:00 a.m. each morning the closures are for paving and sign installation, i-495 express lane project. we are monitoring metro with a count down to rush plus. it starts one week from today. some rail lines will change their route, yellow line trains will travel all the way between franconia, springfield and green belt. metro will also add more trains during rush hour and there will be new maps and new signage to explain the stop. and you will soon be able to transfer more from your paper fare card to a smart trip card as of today you can move up to $20 from the paper card to the smart trip card at any card machine the limit used to be $7. metro is trying to get riders to start using smart trip cars
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before the fares change july 1st as of then you will have to pay $1 extra to use a paper card. >> a protest against metro, today in the northwest. demonstrators, meant to cheer, $32.5 million increase, protestors say they are already paying way too much for service. >> right now we are paying astronomical amount of money for rent, food everything is going up and they want even more of it. they are not even changing their services not making it better not hiring dc residents. ceos are making millionbillions ovoidal lores. they will -- of dollars.
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they will decide whether to make that rate hike over the summer. et was a hot one out there today for sure and a little muggy too. >> yes, indeed. feels like summer time in dc. what are we looking at for this evening? >> i think lit and at least there is a chance for a shower or thunderstorm. i don't think everybody will get it. during the overnight hour, that will probably be the better chance of getting showers and storms. we start with sentinel radar. a shower north and east of baltimore this side of the bay, but it is really small. we did have a couple showers trying to come through, those have all dissipated, let me show you, there has been a lot of rain down to the south, flooding rains, in the south and southeast, last several days, look at the rain coming up through the carolinas, and up into the southern section of
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virginia. then, deeper moisture, pooling down and collecting and kind of on the march in our direction. the thought is, later on this evening, and overnight tonight, some of that will get here, in the form of showers thunderstorms, by tomorrow morning, some of that could be lingering around, and see some fairly heavy rain in spots, then do it all over gain tomorrow and tomorrow afternoon with more showers and thunderer storms. we don't expect flooding rain or anything like that. in some of these showers and storms, next couple days, and the next 24 hours, 87 down in the city, shower and thunderstorms dry, a few more at 9:00 p.m., a little more coverage by 11:00 p.m., look how mild it stays, and a little muggy tomorrow and even though we will be cooler we will be a lot more muggy and have showers
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and storms, we will go through it all in just a sec. >> pack your umbrella, come prepared. >> definitely. >> thanks very much. remember you can check the weather any time with fox 5 weather ap download it on your droid, iphone, ipad. find it on our website >> state of emergency in pensacola florida as heavy rains causing widespread flooding, flooded roads, dead traffic lights, left drivers stranded nearly 22 inches of rain fell in western pensacola over a 24 hour period. voluntary evacuation is in order for some areas, residents are being asked to stay indoors if possible. two other cars were stalled out right alongside us and the water kept getting higher and higher, and eventually got up to the window. >> we didn't know it was going to rain this hard when we come to pensacola. it has been deep here. real deep. damage from flooding
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expected to be in the tens of millions of dollars. colorado will get some federal help battling this massive wild fire a federal team will take over management starting today. the fire already burned at least 18 structures and forced hundreds of people to evacuate. meanwhile, new mexico, windy weather is making it tough for crews, battling wild fires it burned 40 square miledamaged at least 36 buildings. chaos as shots ring out at a party near auburn university. >> it went from us chilling with all these females to a massacre, for no reason. at all. >> coming up the latest on the hunt for the man suspected of killing three people and wounding three others. later, dramatic footage of a man risking his life to save a toddler, caught in a balcony railing. if you have a story idea, call the fox 5 tip line, or send an e-mail il 
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dcs famed u street corridor is getting a major facelift. construction will stretch one block at a time. they will repave the roadways, redo sidewalks update traffic signals and upgrade the storm drains. the project is expected to wrap up next spring. monica hernandez joins us thanks for being with us. >> my pleasure thank you. >> we know this is a major project in a very business see section of the city -- busy section of the city where did crews start off first today. >> we are out here 13th and u that is where we are currently at, construction activity will start at 9th and u street on the north side of u street and work our way westbound toward 14th street. now as we mention, we all know that is a very very busy part of northwest dc in the daytime and night time. there are a number of businesses that stretch along both sides of the roadway there. business owners are concerned
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about the impact on their bottom lines what, if anything is the city doing to help. >> we are very much aware of the fact there are a number of businesses here and a number of people that travel this corridor on a daily basis we will maintain access. maintain roadways open, walk ways open for pedestrians we are working closely with the business community to make sure they are aware of what we are up to, and that they are also involved with the process as it relates to coordinating for example, temporary sidewalk restrictions, enclosures -- and closures at all times when that occurs we will maintain pedestrian access open through temporary means,. >> let many ask about parking it can be a mess in that area any time of day as well. construction and sidewalks blocked it will be worse what advice to you have for people. >> at this point, the message is yes, the corridor will be open, yes, there will be temporary impacts to the existing traffic and existing parking conditions, the advice i would share with all that are
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interested in continuing to come and are planning to come over, is give themselves a few minutes, a few extra minutes to figure out where exactly they will be parking. >> bottom line, what is this facelift going to mean for u street? >> it means a lot. it means, something did i have aren't for each and every person -- different for each and every person out here, at the end of the day, we are talking economic investment in this thriving corridor, landscaping enhancement, safety enhancement overall it is a streetscape project, it means something different to everyone we are hoping, it is a positive for all. >> absolutely i was down there this past weekend i am looking forward to seeing what everything is like. gain construction expected to be finished next spring. thanks for joining us. >> thank you. a man doing time for manslaughter and gun crimes, walked away from a road crew today, law enforcement now on the lookout for conrad payne.
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he was last seen wearing a fluorescent road crew vest over a white t-shirt and jeans on route 197 prince georges county if you thing you have seen him please call 911. >> search continues for the man accused of killing three people and wounding three others in a shooting near auburn university. some victims were auburn students and current, or former football players. he is believed to be somewhere in montgomery alabama. the shooting stemmed from a fight over a woman >> people don't know how to act you know, it went from us chilling with all these females to a massacre. for no reason. at all. >> police arrested two men charged them with hindering prosecution, they say one left the scene with the accused gunman the other talked to the accused gunman but lied to police about his where abouts. violent crimes are down across the country according to the fbi. national rate dropped 4%
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between 2010 and 2011, for the fifth year in a row the violent crime rate has gone down, murder, manslaughter, forcible rape, aggravated assault. other crimes like car theft went down too. a local business owner found dead at an apartment complex. the clues that could help investigators crack this case. >> why the roger clemens purgery trial could soon be in the hands of the jury. is he a serial predator or are his accusers just looking for a hand out. live to pennsylvania, for an update on the jerry sandusky sex abuse trial [ obama ] i'm barack obama and i approve this message. [ male announcer ] it started like this... i speak the language of business. i know how jobs are created. [ male announcer ] but it ended like this. one of the worst economic records in the country. when mitt romney was governor, massachusetts lost 40,000 manufacturing jobs.
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a rate twice the national average. and fell to forty-seventh in job creation. fourth from the bottom. instead of hiring workers from his own state, romney outsourced call center jobs to india. he cut taxes for millionaires like himself... while raising them on the middle class... and left the state two point six billion deeper in debt. so now, when mitt romney talks about what he'd do as president... i know what it takes to create jobs. [ male announcer ] remember, we've heard it all before. i know how jobs are created. [ male announcer ] romney economics. it didn't work then, and it won't work now.
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fairfax county police still haven't identified the suspect wanted in the murder in reston over the weekend. investigators have a description of the man and
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composite sketch but don't know who he is. the victim died during a fight outside his apartment complex. paul. >> reporter: well, fairfax county police say he died from blunt force trauma apparently after getting into a fight with another man near the swimming pool in the apartment complex where he lives. at least one witness saw the fight, called police, and gave investigators a description. but at this hour the man is still unidentified. he lived no more than aquarter mile from where he worked. a dunkin donuts he owned the place with a partner, one of two he had a stake in, according to police. early saturday morning his body was found next to a power box after an odd series of circumstances. police were first called to the complex for a fight, in progress. >> officers arrived, and unfortunately, it happens so frequently we showed up there
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was no one around the fight dispursed so officers did a quick check and left. >> reporter: an hour later, police were back for the report of a missing person, finding his body in the bushes near the pool. >> detectives are confident that the fight did involve mr. patel and we know for a fact the missing person we were looking for was mr. patel. >> reporter: what is unclear what sparked the fight and whether he knew his attacker. police appeared to recover at least one finger fingerprint from a car. a witness was able to give police a description of the man then turned into a composite sketch. the witness told investigators the attacker was an indian male between 25 and 35 years old. some residents of the complex told us today, the murder has the neighbourhood on edge. >> we are worried about it. >> it is terrifying. didn't really hit me until i saw evidence once all the trucks were gone and the cops
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were gone. and that was really disturbing to me. >> investigators have not ruled out any motive and are still looking for help. >> we were unable to find any of his family members today. his business partner at dunkin donuts can he kleined to comment -- dunkin donuts declined to comment. the defense rested its case in the roger clemens trial today. this is the 9th week to determine if clemens lied. the jury could get the case by tomorrow afternoon. child sex abuse trial of jerry sandusky now under way in pennsylvania. the 68-year-old facing more than 50 criminal charges accused of sexually abusing ten boys over a 15 year period. today the first witness took the stand, with more on the trial, now we turn things over
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to our fox affiliate in philadelphia, chris is live in bellefonte pennsylvania, thanks for joining us. give us a little bit more about some of the testimony today that was pretty shocking. what was it like in the courtroom today? >> reporter: well, this is the first time we have heard from one of jr.ry sandusky's accusers the man adent feed in court as -- identified in court as victim number 4. the 28-year- old from center county near bellefonte pennsylvania, he went into very graphic at the tail about how the former asis -- detail about how the former assistant coach, groomed the boy, lavished him with gifts, snow boards, tickets to ball games, jerseys other memorbilia and then went on to sexually abuse the boy over a number of years. sandusky is accused of 52 counts of sexual abuse of 10 boys over 15 years, the prosecutors called sandusky a serial predator. now the victim, the prosecution
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-- one of their star witnesses was that 28-year-old he met sandusky through his second mile foundation for troubled youth. this victim says on a number of occasions this horse play, this wrestling around, some times many times in locker room showers, eventually led to sexual penetration over dozens of times, although this victim kept quiet about it for many many years, only revealing to prosecutors last year. defense now will try to paint jerry sandusky as a loving, caring mentor, who cared for these boys, the very reason why he opened up this foundation. they also say the reason why he is physical with these boys is they say this is the way jerry sandusky grew up being physical and horsing around this is the way he loved the boys which he cared for. of course, the victim, the star witness in this will under go cross-examination that will continue tomorrow. chris let me ask you how
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did sandusky react when he heard the opening arguments when he heard the alleged victim speaking today during testimony? >> reporter: very quiet, stoic, had his head down for a lot of it during opening statements by the prosecution when they brought up some of these alleged incidents he put his head down. seemingly, it did effect him but for the most part he has been very quiet, stoic in court of course there is a gag order neither side are talking about it publicly. >> briefly do we know if he is expected to take the stand in the trial? >> reporter: his attorney alluded to that fact saying we are going to hear from his words whether or not he will take the stand. yet to be seen. >> thanks for being with us today. new evidence could lead investigators to bring charges against former penn state president, he allegedly tried to cover up the child sex abuse allegations against jerry sandusky. they say e-mails between him and the school's former vice president, schultz and penn state's exathletic director, tim curly, schultz and curly
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have already pleaded not guilty to purgery charged related to sandusky's charges. robin roberts makes a tearful announcement. are you getting enough shut eye. why a lack of sleep could increase your risk of getting a stroke ♪
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i speak the language of business. i know how jobs are created. [ male announcer ] but it ended like this. one of the worst economic records in the country. when mitt romney was governor, massachusetts lost 40,000 manufacturing jobs. a rate twice the national average. and fell to forty-seventh in job creation. fourth from the bottom. instead of hiring workers from his own state, romney outsourced call center jobs to india. he cut taxes for millionaires like himself... while raising them on the middle class... and left the state two point six billion deeper in debt. so now, when mitt romney talks about what he'd do as president... i know what it takes to create jobs. [ male announcer ] remember, we've heard it all before. i know how jobs are created. [ male announcer ] romney economics. it didn't work then, and it won't work now.
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a surprising admission from robin roberts she is starting chemo therapy for treatment of a disease that will require a bone marrow trance plant she is diagnosed -- trans plant she diagnosed a disease, preleukemia. >> some times treatment for cancer can lead to other serious medical issues and that is what i am facing right now.
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it is come thing called mds mylo plastic syndrome. >> chemo therapy by the way is a preparatory treatment for the bone marrow transplant. roberts said her sister is a good match and agreed to be her donor. in tonight's health alert, a new study shows sleeping less than 6 hours a night could significantly increase your risk of stroke even if you have few risk factors. researchers studied more than 5600 people over a 3 year period and found, a strong association between sleeping less than 6 hours a night, and stroke symptoms in middle age and older adults, of average weight and low risk for sleep apnea. the study found no association between short sleep periods and stroke risk among over weight and obese participants. if you happen to be craving sweet and salty foods consider taking a nap instead. studies suggest you are more
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likely to crave junk food if you have not had enough sleep. research which ares examined areas of the brain most active when people looked at healthy and unhappy foods. reward centers of the brain were most active when sleep deprived volunteers saw pictures of unhealthy food. that is so true. >> you are right. you are trying to stay awake. >> anything like that. >> you don't want to grab celery. >> you think that is what will help you for energy. >> yeah. >> take a nap. >> if only we had time. >> there you go. schedule the nap time. coming up lady gaga takes a licking and keeps on ticking. a scary moment for the singer on stage. >> you never know what you might find along the highway, but it may not belong to you. i am beth parker. that story coming up. we can see some heavy rain tomorrow. gary is back with your forecast 
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perhaps you have experienced the little thrill of finding an extra couple of dollars in an old coat pocket. imagine having money fly at you driving to work. we all know there is no free money but beth parker brings us the story of a man relying on the kindness of strangers to give him back the money he has lost. >> reporter: it is not often you see money just raining down from above but for a few minutes it seemed like that was what was happening along a maryland roadway early last thursday morning. something a lot of us can relate to. you put a drink a cup of coffee maybe, on the roof of the car, and drive off. usually it is no big deal but the owner of a 7 eleven in glen bernie made that mistake with something much more valuable a bag of money. that was supposed to go to the bank. now at the bank he realized the
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bag was missing and decided to retrace his steps. that brought him here, to where route 100 and interstate 97 split. what he saw when he arrived was some people out in the road, and in the grass, picking up what was left of this cash. >> my heart just hurt for the person i can't imagine i lose my sunglasses, i am going crazy i can't imagine. >> then jennifer found out that person was a friend the owner of the 7 eleven she has visited almost daily for the last 10 years or so. >> he is an awesome person, has a heart of gold, family, i mean family means everything to him. his customers mean everything to him. >> reporter: the owners didn't want us to identify him. >> he is a very hard working works 7 days a week always here. >> 7 eleven didn't want to talk specifics how much money was involved. >> a great amount of money. >> this bank deposit is not covered by insurance. jennifer wanted to help she
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started a facebook page. one person turned in a significant amount of money much is still out there. >> grow do have the money do what is -- if you do have the money. do what is right it belongs to a generalle man who has a family -- gentleman who has a family trying to make it in this tough economy. great for her i can't imagine what he must be going through realizing all that money is gone. >> oh, worst feeling. worst feeling. a little muggy out there, wasn't so great of a feeling. >> no. summer really came back this weekend. >> it did. >> but you know what it was spectacular. the weekend was great. >> no complaints, stay dry temperatures 90s could have been a lot more humid. >> could have been glad it wasn't. >> you know it will be a lot more humid the next 24, 36 hours you can see, just hazy,
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kind of. not the greatest shot in the world i guess but it is hazy this evening, sun and mostly gone away. listen we are transitioning into this period here, where we have to talk about a chance for some showers, and thunderstorms, there is nothing out there right now, but later on this evening, certainly overnight tonight, through the day tomorrow that is going to change. know where your umbrella is especially for tomorrow looks like we will have a pretty good chance of fairly heavy rain showers moving across. 87 now, here in town, quantico, still sitting at 90, notice farther west and southwest here, temperatures a little bit colder, just because of the fact they have had more clouds down there limited sunshine. culpepper 75, winchester 72 degrees. here, in town, i think 86 or so, at 7:00 p.m., now i am going to stay there is a slight risk for the next 3 to 5 hours, of a couple showers or thunderstorms right now we are not seeing it but that could change as we head toward the
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latter part of the evening 81 at 9:00 p.m. temperatures upper 70s or so, by 11:00 p.m. this is sentinel radar sweeping around, again not really seeing anything right now, way out west, a couple showers here, we are seeing a little bit down around here, 66th, that is dissipated, you really have to go further out to see anything, notice in the last hour or so, how that is just fallen apart and the clouds have really thickened up become out to the west and southwest, i expect staying mostly cloudy right on through the evening hours listen this is all the big stuff down south really putting down a lot of rain, flooding rain, down to the deep, southeast, and look at this complex, coming into western sections of tennessee, that really means business, that is going to come and stay together it is going to bring more rain down through the southeast, problems there. what we are watching is right here in north carolina, this whole batch of moisture is just
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coming up to the north, and as that happens a couple things will happen, our humidity levels, are going up overnight tonight, and for tomorrow, and this whole area comes on in, there will at least be a chance of showers and thunderstorms coming across. overnight tonight, showers, have the thunderstorms come on through and there is the possibility that some of them could put down some fairly heavy rainfall at this point we are not worried about flooding rain but could have locally heavy downpours, within all of this. there is no doubt about it. temperature here in town, down to around 72. look at 76 tomorrow morning at 8:00 a.m. with showers and thunderstorms, a limited amount of sunshine. if we get a little bit tomorrow temperatures will manage up into the lower 80s a few showers and tomorrows around at noon and more showers and thunderstorms around late day tomorrow afternoon. this is future cast tomorrow morning notice a wet commute to start and push through by 5:00 p.m., more scattered showers
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and thunderstorms around and again, we are not expecting flooding conditions right now but some of those showers and thunderstorms we expect very heavy downpours and then by wednesday that gets all out of here and we will dry out. one day with showers and thunderstorms, high temperature tomorrow, again with a little bit of sunshine, make it up to lower 80s and we stay basically lower 80s after that for the next several days. >> that is normal. >> about 80, 83 is normal high temperature. >> all right. >> we are right about there. >> thank you gary. >> now to the talk of the town on tmz lyndsey lohan's car accident. harvey ato see you. lyndsey says she know what is caused the crash what do you guys know about this? >> well, we know a lot shawn i tell you we just got information that is going to cause huge problems for lyndsey lohan she lied to the cops as a result of lying she could face criminal prosecution. we just put this up on the
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website. she slammed -- we broke this story friday she slammed into a truck on pacific coast highway in a porsche she was driving. totaled the porsche and she told cops that she was a passenger in that car. and she was driving with her assistant, the assistant gave her up a little later and admitted, that lyndsey wasn't a passenger she was the driver. you cannot give false information to police officers, it is a crime. not only can you be prosecuted for that but her probation in that shoplifting case can be violated by doing what she did. so she is in huge trouble, and the irony is she didn't have to lie she was simply in a car accident and insurance would have covered it but she created a mess for herself. >> wow you know, she is like the person with nine lives like on number seven right now. we will see how all this plays out. a member of the jersey shore cast under arrest what
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happened here? >> well, deana from jersey shore, was drunk, on the board walk in atlantic city, and would not get out of the street, the problem she has, that being -- they tolerate a lot of drunk people there. the problem is they had thousands of people watching the filming of the show and what happens then, is that it is not just deana drunk but it creates a lot of crowd problems, so, the police arrested her for disorderly conduct, for not oh baying them to get out of -- obeying them to get out of the street. when you look at what was happening there they are attracting so many people how do you do a show when you are animals in the zoo. >> that is what it looks like. crazy. always great to see you harvey see you 6:30 p.m. here on fox 5. a good whack on the head
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for lady gaga in auckland new zealand sunday. a back up dancers and accidentally hit her on the head with a pole trying to move it on the set. gaga walked off the stage for a short time but she did continue the show. her make up artist sent a tweet today saying she will be okay no word whether it will effect any concerts. wow. a big night for broadway at last night's tony awards, host neil patrick harris had the crowds laughing as they honored the best and brightest. the big winner, musical once, it took home 7 tonies including best musical. over to brian for a look at what is next on news edge at 6. >> new at 6, rising from the dust. shattered dc council plans to rebuild after a storm of scandal. who is next in line to take on that challenge. >> none of you is special.
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a japanese climber made history. he has become gentleman man's first -- japan's first person to scale the world's 14 tallest mountains. according to mountaineering officials he completed his latest climb in me pal he scaled the -- nepal he scaled his latest mountain last month. the accomplishment comes five years after he was nearly killed in an avalanche. amazing act of courage in china. a neighbor risked his own life
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to rescue that 4-year-old little girl he head got caught between the foot rail it is man climbed out of his apartment, propped up the toddler with his hand while standing on his toeclinging on to the side of the building until she was rescued and that is the good news here. she was rescued. he said, he is looking for a job right now but says his former work in the construction trade, helped him to be able to do that. >> i saw some of that. >> incredible. >> incredible. >> he propped her up so the pressure was off her head. >> scary stuff. >> thanks for joining us tonight a . >> news edge -- 5. news edge at 6 starts right now. under investigation, the u.s. commerce secretary, accused of hit and run now the investigation points


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